Cliff Lee got some rare run support. That's all he needed. Lee threw five-hit ball over seven scoreless innings, leading the Philadelphia Phillies past the slumping Atlanta Braves 5-1 on Saturday. "It looks like he enjoyed pitching," manager Charlie Manuel said. "He had a four- or five-run lead and he started feeling comfortable and feeling like he could pitch the way he wanted to."
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Courier-Post | Sep 2